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  2. Wardair - Wikipedia

    26. Headquarters. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Key people. Max Ward. Website. None. Wardair Canada was a privately run Canadian airline, founded by Max Ward in 1952 under the name Wardair Ltd, before formally changing its name to "Wardair Canada" in 1976. The airline was acquired by and folded into Canadian Airlines in 1989.

  3. Wardair first came into being in 1952 and commenced operations the following year. However, its roots lie in the previous decade. In 1946, Maxwell Ward, from whom the airline took its name, founded the Polaris Charter Company. Based in Yellowknife, the only city in Canada's Northwest Territories, this small regional airline served remote ...

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    Southeast Alaska's #1 Charter Flying Service. Ward Air Inc. is based in beautiful Juneau, Alaska. We offer unmatched excellence in amphibious (floats with wheels), ski, wheel and straight float plane air charters. We pride ourselves on flying to all parts of southeast Alaska and western Canada. Ward Air is the only flying company in Juneau that ...

  5. The Story Of Wardair's Small But Mighty Boeing 747 Fleet

    The first was C-FDJC, which joined Wardair in April 1973. It was joined in December the following year by a second 747, C-FFUN. These aircraft were a key factor in the carrier's growth, as they vastly expanded its intercontinental offering. Boeing 707s had previously allowed Wardair to fly transatlantic, but the 747's added space and comfort ...

  6. Wardair International Ltd | The Canadian Encyclopedia

    Wardair International Ltd, with head offices in Toronto, was an international and domestic airline incorporated in Alberta in 1953 as Wardair Ltd. Initially a bush charter airline based in Yellowknife, NWT, the name was changed in 1962 to Wardair Canada Ltd. It became a public company in 1967. In 1972 the company formed 2 subsidiaries, Canada ...

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    Cessna 206 Aircraft. The Cessna 206's can carry up to 4 passengers and has a load capacity of 800 lbs. They have a large cargo door to handle oversized loads.

  8. Wardair Canada Fleet Details and History -

    Wardair Canada (IATA: WD / ICAO: WDA) was an airline headquartered in Edmonton, Canada operating from 1953 to 1990

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    8991 Yandukin Drive,Juneau, AK 99801. / Tel. (907) 789--9150

  10. Wardair founder Max Ward dies at 98 - Travelweek

    Wardair grew more rapidly in the 1970s on revenue generated by vacationers to the Caribbean and Mexico. By 1984, the company was flying four Boeing 747s and three DC-10s.

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